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What is a vector?

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Do you remember the line from the movie Airplane, when the pilot asks, "What is your vector, Victor?" Pilots and graphic designers use them. Are you using them? Maybe you're confused over the difference between the many image file types? You're not alone!...  read more


Can I use a Flash Unit to cure my t-shirts?

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The short answer is yes, but you know there's more to it than that. Let's consider the issues. The real answer to this question depends on two different factors. The first factor is knowing what type of flash unit are you using?  read more


Screen Printing Business Tips: Selling to Schools

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With back-to-school season in full swing, now is a great time to reconnect with schools or even find new schools to work with! From elementary schools and high schools to colleges and universities, schools are big customers for many screen printing busine...  read more


Plastisol vs. Water-Based Ink for Screen Printing Machines

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There are two main types of ink used in screen printing machines: plastisol ink and water-based ink. Water-based ink consists of a mixture of water with dye or pigment. The water acts as a solvent that keeps the pigment or dye in liquid form. Plastisol in...  read more


Advice for Starting Your Own Screen Printing Business

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Do you want to start your own screen printing business? Are you looking for a screen printing kit that will help you get started? Billions of dollars are spent annually in North America on t-shirts, uniforms, hats, and other promotional items that can be ...  read more


Using T-Shirt Screen Printing Equipment: The Basics of Screen Preparation

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An important yet frequently overlooked step in the t-shirt printing process is screen preparation. Proper screen preparation can reduce the time you spend fixing pinholes or remaking screens owing to poor emulsion adhesion. Following the right screen prep...  read more


Advantages of Using Heat Transfer T-Shirt Printing Machines

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The heat transfer process has become increasingly popular among t-shirt manufacturers and screen printers. Heat transfer designs are perfect for small orders and on-site printing. Customers can choose the size and color shirt they want and you can print i...  read more


Tips for Successful Pad Printing

Cynthia Goss

Pad printing is like a versatile version of screen printing that is used to transfer 2D images onto 3D objects. Pad printing equipment transfers images from a printing plate. Pad printers use of a mixture of solvents and inks that become tacky when expose...  read more


5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Screen Printing Business at Home

Cynthia Goss

Starting a small screen printing business at home can be a lucrative endeavor. With a small initial investment, plenty of motivation, and a solid marketing plan, you can launch your own screen printing business and turn a profit in no time. However, many ...  read more


7 Tips for Successfully Using Screen Printing Machines

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Screen printing machines utilize a framed mesh screen and ink blocking stencils to transfer images onto textiles, paper, and even glass. In order for a screen printing project to have a successful outcome, many factors have to be considered. Follow these ...  read more

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